What is a Section 4(a)(1) Legal Opinion?

When the conditions of SEC Rule 144 cannot be not met, an experienced securities attorney like Matheau J. W.  Stout, Esq. can review documents to see if Shareholders can rely on the so called “4(a)(1½) exemption.”

Section 4(a)(1) legal opinions cite case law in order to provide an exemption from registration if a Shareholder is not an Issuer, Underwriter, or Dealer.

The minimum holding period under Section 4(a)(1) is 2 years.

Experienced Rule 144 and Section 4(a)(1) Securities Attorney

Shareholders can receive a no cost review of their documents by emailing them to OTC securities lawyer Matt Stout at mstout@otclawyers.com or by calling (410) 429-7076.